Playa Blanca Tours and Activities

Playa Blanca tours and activities listing, a guide of excursions available while traveling in Playa Blanca
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The Azuero Peninsula is considered the cultural heartland of Panama. This tour explores the traditions and folklore of the Azuero Peninsula.
Panama’s Herrera province produces a number of traditional goods, including sugarcane, salt, clay, and bread. This half-day tour exposes travelers to the craftsmanship behind the creation of these products.
You’ll get a good look at some of the best attractions in Panama City during this tour, including Casco Viejo (also known as Casco Antiguo), the financial district (think skyscrapers), and the Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal.
Enjoy a morning hike along Pipeline Road in the Soberanía National Park and search for a variety of tropical birds. Pipeline Road is one of Panama’s best birding sites.
During this tour of the Panama Canal, tour participants will experience three of the of the canal’s most famous features – the Gaillard Cut, the Pedro Miguel Locks, and the Miraflores Locks.
This tour introduces you to the Guna, one of Panama’s indigenous groups. They have full control of the white-sand islands and blue waters of San Blas and govern themselves independent of the rest of Panama. On this tour, you’ll visit two of the 365 islands that comprise the archipelago.
This tour of Lake Gatún allows travelers to experience the natural wonders of the lake and also get a partial look at the Panama Canal.
Scientists originally built this zip lining course in order to better observe wildlife in the canopy. They quickly realized how exhilarating it was to glide through the trees. Now, you can see for yourself on a zip-lining adventure in Portabelo National Park, which is located just 90 minutes outside of Colón.
During this tour, you’ll trace the steps of Gonzalo de Badajoz, a conquistador who was sent by the Spanish Crown in 1515 to conquer Central Panama. Along the way, you’ll stop at important cultural sites, including the archeological dig at El Caño and the old churches of Parita and Natá.
Urraca was an indigenous chief who battled with Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century. During this full-day tour, you’ll explore some of the places he presided over, including Santiago, San Francisco, and the La Yegunda Lagoon.
Kayaking in the Panama Canal is a unique experience. Not only will you get a feel for the magnitude of the canal, but you’ll also enjoy its natural offerings, which include islands, forests, and wildlife.
This tour includes a tram ride through the rainforest, a visit to butterfly and orchid gardens, and a trip to Monkey Island in the Panama Canal.